Police minister Bheki Cele on Friday condemned the execute of Thembisa police officer Sgt Sharon Mogale.
Mogale, 45, was shot in the head when four robbers attacked and disarmed her and her associate, Sgt Mapule Petje, while at a store in Thembisa on Thursday.
Cele, together with the Gauteng police management, paid a seek recommendation from to the family of Mogale on Friday to convey their condolences.
Cele said the execute of Mogale has robbed her three young youth of a mother and the police service of a selfless and dedicated officer.
“These criminals deliberate this, they stalked these people, attacked them and disarmed them of their instruments of change. Worse of all they killed one of our cling, a female officer who was an active member of the police service and the neighborhood.
“We’re pained that the assault on these officers comes at a time when the country is intended to celebrate ladies folk, nevertheless as an different we’re seeing ladies folk from all walks of existence being brutally harmed in the worst methods by males,” Cele said.
Meanwhile, the police ministry welcomed the arrest of a 31-12 months-weak suspect in the Free Sing for the execute of Const Madikotsi Mota Malinga.
It is suspected Malinga, 32, was strangled to demise on Saturday, August 21. She had known as her colleagues in search of assistance and alleging that her boyfriend was assaulting her.